What is the largest moth in the world?
Atlas moths are the considered the largest moth species in the world due to its combined wingspan and surface area. The females are bigger and heavier than the male with the wingspan ranging from 10 to 12 inches and a surface area of approximately 62 square inches.
Atlas moths are the largest moth species in the world. Their wingspan ranges from 10 to 12 inches and their surface area is approximately 62 square inches.
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